On a gently rolling canvas dotted with thick stands of trees, meandering creeks and pockets of grassy wetland areas, Somerby paints a glorious picture. The wetland areas have been integrated into the holes along with several lakes. Golf Digest Magazine consistently ranks Somerby among the top ten best courses in the State of Minnesota.
Designed by Tom Lehman and John Fought, Somerby meanders over gently rolling countryside that is dotted with rolling creeks, thick stands of trees and natural wetlands. Somerby Golf Club is a prior host of the PGA Tour's Nationwide Series and has also been recognized for excellence in environmental stewardship by achieving the designation as a "Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary" by Audubon International.
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- Corporate Memberships
- Junior Executive Memberships (to age 40)
- Junior Golf Programs
- Corporate Golf Outings
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Atop a lush landscape of gently rolling hills, meandering creeks and grassy marshlands, Somerby Golf Club echoes the grace and essence of golf’s illustrious “Golden Age.” Designed by renowned golf course architects John Fought and Tom Lehman, the 18-hole championship course extends from 5,160 to 7,209 yards and features generous fairways. While the slope and course ratings may seem daunting, the course remains eminently fair. By offering golfers a variety of shot options to safely reach the green, the course is flexible enough for the novice, yet provides enough strategically placed hazards to challenge even the most accomplished golfer. Incorporating natural elements such as shimmering ponds and lakes, fescue-covered hillocks and flourishing wetlands to preserve the native environment, Somerby Golf Club is an experience that one will not soon forget.